Archives for January 2017

Captain’s Corner

By Captain Scott Henriod WPCSO Scams and frauds seem to constantly be increasing across the Nation and White Pine County is not exempt. The Sheriff’s Office receives several of these calls from reporting party’s filing reports that they have been s … [Read more...]

Whittaker and Lester January students

Levi Anthony Whittaker and  Ena Saya Lester have been named Students of the Month for January, according to Ely Elks Lodge #1469. Whittaker, age 18, is the son of Anthony and Mellissa Whittaker of Ely.   Lester, age 17, is the daughter of James an … [Read more...]

Photographers go back in time for Nevada Northern Railway photo event

ELY—The Nevada Northern Railway Museum offers a truly unique opportunity for photographers to bring their cameras back in time, taking shots of historic railway equipment in a spectacular and authentic setting. The Winter Steam P … [Read more...]

White Pine County Sheriff’s Blotter Report

Submitted by the White Pine County Sheriff’s Office for Jan. 16-Jan. 22. Information and spellings of names contained in the blotter are as released by the WPCSO. Information will not be withheld at the requests of persons whose names appear in the b … [Read more...]

National School Choice Week at Learning Bridge Charter School

As part of National School Choice Week, Learning Bridge and White Pine Community members participated in a K-8 Career Day.  Students rotated through the different stations discovering facts about the different careers and how to prepare educationally … [Read more...]

Take it easy when shoveling snow

By: KayLynn Roberts-McMurray When enough of the white stuff has fallen and forces people out of their homes armed with shovels and snow blowers to clear off their sidewalks and driveways, be aware that snow shoveling is a known trigger for heart … [Read more...]

White Pine Players Drama Club to perform ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’

White Pine Players Drama Club is putting the finishing touches on their next production THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK.  This dramatization of the experience of a young girl and her family during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam, is one of the most often … [Read more...]

BLM and NDOW to seed fire-damaged public lands in Eastern Nevada

The Bureau of Land Management and Nevada Department of Wildlife this week will begin seeding thousands of acres in eastern Nevada to stabilize and rehabilitate public lands burned by wildfire. “We’ll apply a mixture of grasses, forbs, shrubs and le … [Read more...]

SVHS Student of the Month

The staff of SVHS is proud to announce the student of the month for December 2016, Cameron Holmquist. Cam is a junior at SVHS.  He moved to Ely about six years ago and lives with his grandma. He enjoys playing Playstation games and his favorite … [Read more...]

Iria Catassi Fialdini

July 27, 1934 ~ January 15, 2017 Iria Catassi Fialdini, a longtime resident of Ely, died Jan. 15, 2017 at Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno. She was 82. A funeral service was held Jan. 25 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Sparks. … [Read more...]